The man named Amade

The next sunday, 24 February, the Royal Theater will take the stage a new show entitled The pedagogical project man named Amade. A pleasant outlook on life and work of composer Salzburg, interpreted by the tenor José Manuel Zapata, who will be accompanied by the Orchestra-School of the Madrid Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Arnaud Arbet.
Zapata, responsible for the script and the presentation of the work, has enjoyed the cooperation in the direction of Vanessa Martinez Navas scene and will beside the soprano Eugenia Enguita. Together they have developed a different way of approaching music.
Wolfang Amadé Mozart, It is one of the most extraordinary and prolific composers of music history. his symphonies, concerts, piano pieces, and other chamber music compositions, They are a torrent of genius, and all, the young Austrian master unmatched way manages to capture the entire range of emotions and feelings of human beings.
The man named Amade is a family-show, where, from composer Antonio Salieri look, discover some of the most important moments in the life and work of Mozart.
Will be the emcee a friendly and histrionic Salieri, contemporary of Mozart become the antagonist Amadé. He will give us his vision of genius. A distorted view by envy, and at the same time, filled with a deep admiration.
But the main attraction will be the music. Through his work, since his first piece for piano, written just six years, to The Magic Flute, one of his last works, discover the personality of, maybe, is the greatest genius of music history: Wolfgang Amadé Mozart.